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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 08-13-2008, 08:50 PM Thread Starter
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I have just sent off a motor to jay and donald at BCS PERFORMANCE they had lot good info to share .Well I am going to have the tranny polished and the head well be ported and new connecting rod since they are weak if left stock . I am just excited to get it back. I well post all details here once it is done the dyno numbers well be posted and all stock numbers. All parts used these guys have been great to me so far and helpful to me. I have been using there intake it really makes the kfx what it she be . the prouduct is nice and fits well it looks clean. has any body else got one of there motors and what did you do to it
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I'm excited for you! Can't wait to hear how it performs and see some numbers!



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I brought my Kawi to BCS in January of this year and had them rebuild the bike. It was Josh Creamer's practice bike and needed to be redone. BCS put their intake on it and added a high compression piston and Webcams. I race in the NEATV series and I can tell you that the bike screams. I am pleased with their service and would recommend them. Jay really knows how to build a reliable race engine.
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I brought my Kawi to BCS in January of this year and had them rebuild the bike. It was Josh Creamer's practice bike and needed to be redone. BCS put their intake on it and added a high compression piston and Webcams. I race in the NEATV series and I can tell you that the bike screams. I am pleased with their service and would recommend them. Jay really knows how to build a reliable race engine.
That is good to hear they have been awesome to us and we really look forward to having them build several motors for us I should get my motor back by the 26 of august I well post the info right away
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Hey just got word on my motor they are just wating for the tranny to get sent back from cv4 stay close I should have it back soon
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Can't wait to hear the results!

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Sorry guy still waitin on bcs
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What is the benefit of polishing the tranny? I am getting ready to split my cases for a falicon rod and was wondering if I should consider. I already have cams, port & polish, high comp, etc.
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What is the benefit of polishing the tranny? I am getting ready to split my cases for a falicon rod and was wondering if I should consider. I already have cams, port & polish, high comp, etc.
Polishing the transmission will help the gears last longer, create much smoother shifting, keeps engine oil cooler by having less drag, You can typically see about 2 H.P. from polishing all your transmission parts.

After Kevins tranny tooks so long to get back from the polishing company we have purchased all the equiptment to do this procedure in house. The Polishing runs about $250 per engine and turnaround is about 1-2 days.

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